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In 1987 the MX de Nations was held at the world famous Unadilla Race track up in mid state New York. It rained and it rained a lot. The Americans won it for the straight year and the Canadians endured frustrating mechanical problems while lacking recourse...

Instead of retiring in 1991 like he had threatened to do Ross “Rollerball” Pederson chalked up another 3 for 3 nationals season by claming the title in the 125, 250 and 500cc Classes. The Medicine Hat Alberta native, at 30 one of the oldest Expert Riders ...

Even though we have never enjoyed the status of a major "motocross country" the sport does have a rich tradition in Canada, dating back more than five decades. And, over the years, many great champions have gone into the record books. Most of us, however...

By the late 70’s the Golden Years of Canadian Motocross had come to an end, as did the boom years of Motorcycle Sales in Canada. The last Motocross Grand Prix had been held at Mosport in 1979. During the mid 80’s thru the mid 90’s sales of Motorcycles...

Following Canada’s biggest ever motocross event at Copetown in 1975, the land was sold to make way for a new highway, so a new location was needed to hold the 1976 race. The infield at the Mosport road race facility proved to have all the challenging...